Aurora Washington and Rebekah Layton advise students from historically excluded groups on the benefits of networking, mentoring up and career planning.
Campus leaders need to connect authentically with the students and others whom they serve and become grounded in their situations, writes James T. Harris.
More than ever, higher ed needs a new approach to assessing what faculty do, writes Salvatore J. Catanzaro, who proposes an integrated teacher-scholar model.
Shakil Rabbi describes how an innovative class helped diverse students from various countries and backgrounds navigate cultural differences.
Speaking publicly about issues central to free speech and higher ed autonomy is every college president’s responsibility, writes R. Barbara Gitenstein. The future of higher ed, and thus democracy, is at stake.
The standard one for graduate students is the ladder, which by its very nature compels us to climb, writes Vanessa Doriott Anderson. But careers can take unexpected turns.
Beth Godbee presents a number of tangible ways that academics can build a sense of what’s possible, structurally as well as individually.
If you want to be published, Rachel Toor advises, you should first imagine the life of an editor.
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